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Development of NORSOK T-100-based telecom management system for off-shore installation
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Development of NORSOK T-100-based telecom management system for off-shore installation
Mun, Seong-Mi; Jang, Won-Seok; Park, Su-Hyun;
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Malfunctioning of telecom systems can have serious implications on the safe navigation and operation of vessels and off-shore plants. Most safety-related accidents incur significant monetary damages and pollution due to complicated arrangements of the working environments and facilities. Therefore, an automated monitoring system that can collect data from configured telecom equipment connected to a network based on IP is required to ensure safe navigation and operation of such crucial institutions. This paper reports a list of such system requirements, system functions, and user-centered requirements based on the NORSOK T-100 (a standard of telecom management system). These findings were made through research with the newly designed and developed telecom management system (TMS). The TMS was tested by a testbed configured with CCTV, PA/GA, and other network equipment.
Offshore plant;NORSOK T-100;Telecom Management System;E-Navigation;ICT;
 Cited by
K. S. Han, S. C. Han, and J. H. Park, "IT convergence application on shipbuilding/offshore plant," Journal of the Korean Society of Mechanical Engineering, vol. 53, no. 11, pp. 48-53, 2013 (in Korean).

Technology development trends of Shipbuilding.Offshore Plant Industry and Marine equipment/Service Industry Raising Plan/Condition Analysis, Knowledge Industry Information Institute, Korea, 2014 (in Korean).

NORSOK standard T-100(2010), Telecom subsystems, Edition 4, 2010. [Online]. Abailable:, Accessed October 30, 2014.